George III Period English Antique Yew Wood Mendlesham Chair / Armchair, circa 1800


George III Period English Antique Yew Wood Mendlesham Chair / Armchair, circa 1800



SKU: 6123
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A lovely Mendlesham chair, constructed from yew wood with a shaped elm seat and, dating back to the turn of the 19th Century.

These chairs were only made in the village of Mendlesham, Suffolk, England.

The cresting rail over a typical Mendlesham-type back with a shaped central splat flanked by spindles and turned balls below leading to shaped arms, shaped seat board and four turned legs united by an “H” stretcher.

A sturdy chair which is ready to go.

Condition – Very good. Excellent colour and patination. Please refer to the images. A further detailed condition report is available upon request.

Size: Back Height  cm x Width (outer arm to outer arm  cm) / Width (inner arm to inner arm  cm) x Seat depth  cm x Rocker length  cm

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3. The Norfolk & Suffolk Antique Dealers Association.

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